Books

  1. Inflated Ego

    Hahaha. Was just looking at my Amazon page and noticed that my print book which sells for $4.99 new, is available used, for the bargain bin price of $43.58 + $3.99 shipping. Who bought my book and is now trying to turn a profit on it? Wait, could it be a family member trying to sell the free copy they received from me? Hmm. Do I have any family members living in Georgia? Nope. Another mystery. So many mysteries, so little time.
  2. Is Morrissey a Misogynist?

    Certain passages in Morrissey's book, Autobiography, read as misogynistic polemics against femaleness. To deny this is delusional. Here is an example: "Night after night like an unowned dog I would tear through the park, a creature in human form, all perilous bolt inviting danger, the bike dancing controlled flips as I gulped jets of rain–more danger, more fun. In comparison, what had girls to offer? Nothing but a mangled jungle of tangled hair presented as the jackpot payoff. Honeypots...
  3. Glorious, Wonderful, Paper Books!

    I am going to go get all of my books out of storage. Screw it if they have to be stacked floor to ceiling. That's how The Hitch displayed his fine collection. From storage to hallway... Stacked on marble table... gosh I miss my bookshelves... :love: V V V
  4. An Atheist In God's Sandbox

    I have put together a collection of my writings on atheism. Download PDF by clicking attachment at bottom of page.
  5. realitybites back - eBook download

    Hey guys. To celebrate my acquisition of a newer model Kindle, I have created a second follow-up book titled realitybites back. Pretty clever name eh? This eBook is a collection of my blog writings over the last year and a half. Anyhow, I am giving it away for free in PDF format. It has images and links. You can read it on your PC or reading device. Looks great on my new Kindle--old model did not support PDF's very well. To download book, click HERE. File was too large to attach here. So it...
  6. Nothingness Into Being

    Nothingness = a closed spherical spacetime of zero radius Can you imagine nothingness? Right now I am reading a book titled, Why Does the World Exist?: An Existential Detective story. About halfway through the book, I came across a wonderful passage. The author, Jim Holt, speaks with physicist Alex Vilenkin about the difficulty in imagining sheer nothingness. Vilken helps make this possible with a thought experiment: Imagine spacetime as the surface of a sphere. Now suppose that this...
  7. Brain Drain July

    **7/21/12 ~ Update at bottom of post... *7/10/12 ~Update near bottom of post... Just as the temperatures outside reach their highs, my cultural pursuits hit all-time lows. Can it get any worse than consuming all three books in the Fifty Shades of Grey series in less than a week’s time? And if that weren’t enough, to continue the obsession by blogging about the books—twice—as if I hadn’t already spent enough time reading the texts? There was the artwork—the painting of Christian Grey....
  8. Wandering Eyes

    I am having a difficult time focusing on reading one book at a time on my Kindle. Depending on my mood, I’ve been selecting one book over another each night I settle into bed for my nightly reading. Last night, I was in the mood for something light, as I was tired from editing my print book earlier in the day, so I read a bit of Rob Lowe’s autobiography Stories I Only Tell My Friends. It’s a real page-turner. He is a very entertaining and engaging writer and actually wrote the book...
  9. Bucket List Revisited

    Here's my (kick the) Bucket List ~ So Far: Go to London Become a grandmother Publish a book Have my art displayed in public areas Find a best friend Be free of regret Drive a racing boat Have a love affair with Keanu Reeves Publish an illustrated children's book (* New addition 6/1/11) Well, I have good reason to celebrate, indeed! I can cross off an item from my Bucket List. Want to guess which one? I’ll give you a clue, Amazon.com. I am officially a published author. You can...
  10. The Edited Life is Worth Writing

    Socrates famously declared, "The unexamined life is not worth living." I would agree with that. But how about this one by me, "The edited life is worth writing?" I am currently editing my journal of seven years to be published as a Kindle book on Amazon.com. There are over five-hundred entries to sift through. I hadn't read the majority of them after they had been originally published here at Morrissey-Solo and/or at my MySpace blog. Some of them don't warrant being put in a book e.g....
  11. realitybites by Jehne Lunden

    Download Free Sample of Book
  12. realitybites' Dollar Store

    Beat the Heat With a Good Read! Summer Special realitybites eBook $.99. Read on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, and Android with free Kindle Reading Apps! Or read my book on your Kindle.
  13. Take It or Leave It

    *Update January 28th ~ Just received a very nice email from someone who downloaded my book yesterday and read it in its entirety last night. I am very pleased to learn that this reader enjoyed my writings. Feel free to email me as well. Address is on last page of book. Here is my book for free in PDF format. Click attachment below to download.
  14. A Year in a Life of Books ~ 2012

    I read a lot of books. Probably 99.5 percent are non-fiction. Although I have been routinely listing and critiquing the films I see every year, I have never done this with books. Better late than never. This will be my first list. I am starting it at the beginning of the year rather than at the end, because if I wait until December, I will have forgotten many of the ones I have read. This will be an ongoing list--to be updated regularly. I will give each book a rating of one to four points....
  15. Fifty Shades of Sex

    *Update: June 1, 2012 ~ Listen to Slate's Audio Book Club discussion of Fifty Shades of Grey. *Update: June 2, 2012 at end of post. Rarely do I read fiction. The last novel I read was Lolita a few years ago. And I don't think I have ever read a romance novel, unless you count The Thornbirds. An erotic book? Does American Psycho count? But after listening to the Cultural Gabfest Podcast's hosts talk about the book Fifty Shades of Grey, my interest was piqued. I read the first book in...
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